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Explore how power dynamics manifest in training settings and how to lead conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion. Participants will learn strategies for:
- Building psychologically safe learning communities
- Unpacking difficult topics
- Finding meaning and professional growth through moments of discomfort
This workshop is sponsored by Intend Health Strategies in partnership with Integrative Inquiry.
This three-hour workshop will be delivered online on November 14 from 1 to 4 pm ET.
Note: This is not a webinar. Our online sessions are lively and interactive, so come prepared to participate (with your camera on, to the extent possible).
Kate (Katherine) Stitham is the President, Founder, and Lead Consultant of Integrative Inquiry, a consulting firm that partners with organizations to build stronger, more effective teams rooted in collaboration, innovation, and equity. She conducts retreats and workshops in the U.S. and abroad, and consults with a variety of professions to support strategic planning, leadership development and culture change.
Tori (Victoria) Pelletier is a Portland city councilor and community leader, specializing in racial equity and community engagement. Tori has led a multitude of educational sessions on equity, bias, and anti-racism, most notably through the Racial Equity Institute (REI) and the Government Alliance of Race and Equity (GARE). Tori is passionate about leading her community towards authentic policy change and dismantling structures of oppression.
We ask that all attendees register individually. Thank you.
Create inclusive learning environments that promote trust and equity during this interactive, 3-hour workshop.